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The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants is a group of highly experienced attorneys and investigators who represent and defend licensed professionals. The licensing consultants interviewed in this monthly program, previously worked for the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation, and will represent and/or defend licensed professionals in cases involving the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Illinois Department of Public Aid and Illinois Department of Public Health.
Topics covered in this 30 minute show:
The process of becoming a physician in Illinois, the application outcomes
Several paths in the application process, by examination and by endorsement
Applicants coming from both domestic and international medical schools
Issues involved that may cause application delay or referral to prosecutions
Resolving application issues and the impact of withdrawing an application
Jacqueline Friedman-Stein is a professional licensing attorney, of counsel to the Chicago health law and litigation firm of Michael V. Favia & Associates, and formerly the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation as well as private law firms specializing in healthcare law and legal services in professional licensing. Jackie earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Colorado Boulder, her Juris Doctorate from Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology, and her LLM in health law from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. For more information. You may also contact Jacqueline Stein for more information at (773) 631-4580 and by e-mail at email@example.com.
The Boilermakers try to make it two-in-a-row on Saturday, as they welcome in Illinois for Homecoming. On Gold and Black Radio, we'll analyze the matchup, with a conversation with News-Gazette beat writer Matt Daniels on the Illini. Plus, our breakdown, "Our Boys," predictions and more. And we feature junior Leroy Clark, who has made some big plays as a junior but is looking for more. Also, a conversation with Mets catcher Kevin Plawecki after his first season in the Big Leagues, one that ended just short of a World Series title.
Girls intensely need to feel valued, explained Matthew Bartlett, Ex. Dir. Of Saragoga Springs campus of New Haven RTC in Utah, joining Lon Sept. 29, 2015. Matt elaborated they seek being valued through battling society and developing relationships. Listen to this ten minute conversation where Matt explains that all girls have this intense need, and New Haven works with those girls where something goes wrong and they don’t feel valued through friends or family and seek it in all the wrong places.
Contact: Matthew Bartlett 801-317-3958 firstname.lastname@example.org www.newhavenrtc.com
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 email@example.com www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
This week on Behind the Headlines we’ll be discussing the conflicts in the Middle East and assessing where it’s all likely to end up.
First up, we’re interviewing Canadian freelance journalist and human rights activist Eva Bartlett. Bartlett has lived in the Gaza Strip since late 2008, and was aboard the Dignity, one of five Free Gaza missions to successfully sail to the Strip that year. Bartlett reported from Gaza during the 2008/2009 and 2012 Israeli attacks. She has visited Syria three times since April 2014, including independently on a journalist visa. Her Syria writings are collated on this page.
Later in the show, we’ll also be speaking with Iranian-American Navid Nasr, writer, political analyst and host of the ‘Bullet Points’ radio show on the ‘Voices of the 99%’ radio network. Nasr has covered US and global conflicts - including those in Syria, Ukraine, Egypt, Yemen and Libya - for Lebanese Al-Etejah TV and PressTV.
Join us this Sunday, 1st November 2015, from 2-4pm EST / 8-10pm CET, for the perspective you won’t hear on the mainstream media.
Paul “Dave” Gaubatz Former Federal Agent, is a U.S.State Department trained Arabic linguist and counterterrorism specialist. Working on assignments in Middle-Eastern countries such as Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait and Iraq, Dave has more than two decades of experience and is the author of "Muslin Mafia".
Don Barnett Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies. He gained his expertise in immigration and refugee policy during an assignment in the U.S.S.R. with the U.S. State Department. His articles on U.S. refugee and asylum policy have appeared in the National Review, Christian Science Monitor, Wall Street Journal, Newsday, Chronicles and elsewhere.
Dr. Layton The founder of several International humanitarian organizations, an American author, businessman, and champion of human rights in the Middle East. He has traveled in over one hundred countries and lived and worked for many years in countries such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Sri Lanka. He has spent much of his last 25 years working in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). He has worked for the US State Department as Country Director of one of the largest healthcare projects ever undertaken in Kurdistan. Dr. Layton testified at the US Senate hearings on Saddam’s genocide against the Kurds (1993). He is considered an expert on current and past political issues in the region.
Gadi Adelman Born in the U.S., Gadi moved to Israel with his family while still at an early age where he survived a terrorist bomb detonated on Jaffa Road in Jerusalem. During an interview with a law enforcement government agency, the interviewer laughed at the ‘long term objective’ on his resume saying “This is America, we don’t have terrorism”! Gadi told him to “wait ten years and remember the word Jihad”. http//:gadiadelman.com
The state of Illinois has been without a FY 2016 budget for nearly 4 months. While the Governor and Legislative Leaders have agreed to meet to begin to discuss a budget, significant damage has been done to local communities, clients and social service agencies. Hundreds of thousands of youth, elderly, people with disabilities, working poor—and the people who serve them—have been impacted by the cuts. Some social service agencies have cut programs and services while the need for the services have grown. Some private foundations have stepped in to try to fill the gaps by providing general operating support and other assistance. Even so, many agencies will have to close their doors and the people with the greatest needs will suffer more. Who will take care of the “Least of These”? Join the discussion with Michael Holmes, the Executive Director of the Illinois African American Family Commission, to share your views and recommendations.
Call in live at (347) 884-8121. You don't need an account to listen, but, if you want to participate in an online chat, open a listener-only account at https://secure.blogtalkradio.com/register.aspx?type=listener to participate in a live chat.
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John and Combo laud America's Changing Religious Landscape, go after two priests under investigation, and advise against drinking bleach. John also went undercover at a Catholic discussion of today's social issues.
Minister Cynthia Marie Williams will be Dorothy Brown of the Illinois Cleark of the Circuts Courts. She will tell why the Federal goverment in invetagating her office at this time.She will talk about expongements crime , Child support, and how thw courts work You can go to her facebook page following this link for more information http://www.facebook.com/dorothy.brown.5036
The BTPowerhouse staff previews the 2015-16 season for the Illinois Fighting Illini including the position groups, incoming recruits, scheduling, and prospects for the conference. To help facilitate discussion, Graham Hooten and Grant Labedz of Champaign Room and BTPowerhouse joins the podcast.
If you have ever traveled through the Springfield, Illinois area recently, you probably missed a great little railroad museum, just south of Springfield. The town of Chatham, Illinois has preserved their Chicago and Alton depot. The depot sits next to the Amtrak/UP line that runs from Chicago to St. Louis. The line is getting an upgrade to 110 mph for the higher speed program.
The museum is a great example of what can be done, when like minded people come together and preserve history.
John and Combo object to the Indiana religious freedom law, celebrate with a basketball team affixing a Barbie doll to a crucifix, and mock a Christian, apple throwing gay basher.
The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants is a group of highly experienced attorneys and investigators who represent and defend licensed professionals. The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants have a network of connections with attorneys and professionals who manage a variety of legal practice areas including consumer protection. Zamparo Law Group defends consumers from deceptive and unfair business practices, abusive collection tactics, identity theft, and a host of other anti-consumer behaviors.
Topics covered in this podcast interview:
What is consumer protection law and how do attorneys help you recover from harm?
Does an injured victim pay attorneys fees or collect at the end, like in personal injury law?
What are the sources of law identifying conduct resulting in a consumer protection violation?
A brief overview of fair debt collection laws and what types of wrongs to watch for.
How the fair credit rules work and what the credit reporting agencies should do to protect you.
About the Driver Privacy Protection Act and concern about motor vehicle records.
What the Telephone Consumer Protection Act requires of telemarketers.
Roger Zamparo Received a B.A. from Ohio University and his J.D. from The John Marshall Law School (where he is currently serves as a member of the Board of Trustees). In his 35-year litigation practice, he has represented individuals and corporations in both state and federal courts. He has concentrated on several areas, including consumer law and legal malpractice. Please contact the Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants at (773) 631-4580 to be connected with Roger Zamparo if you have a consumer protection question or need to consult on your legal matter.
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